Future Trees Trust is a charity dedicated to the improvement of broadleaved trees.
Our vision is to realise the economic, social and environmental benefits of broadleaved woodland by ensuring that, by 2050, anyone planting broadleaved trees in Great Britain or Ireland primarily to produce timber can do so using the highest standard of improved material.
We will undertake research to develop and conserve the genetic material needed to achieve our vision and will be a source of advice to all stakeholders in broadleaved woodlands.
New Research Assistant Joins Future Trees Trust
24th Jan 2020
Future Trees Trust has announced new Research Assistant, Joe Beesley.
Ash dieback project launches International Year of Plant Health
17th Jan 2020
The archive is a major step towards maintaining and restoring ash in the British landscape. It is intended that it will provide the basis for a breeding programme of tolerant ash over time and will enable the development of orchards producing commercially available seed.